Pacifica City Manager Stephen Rhodes announced last week he will retire at the end of July after six years managing the city, according to a report in the Mercury News.
His last day of service coincides with the end of his contract with the city.
According to the Mercury News, Rhodes provided six months notice so City Council will hopefully have time to recruit a new city manager before he leaves.
Before he was appointed by the Pacifica City Council in 2007, Rhodes worked in local government in both Oregon and California.
He will have served 37 years in his career at the time of his retirement.
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